Autumn is here! And if like us over here at Chi Chi HQ you get excited about putting together your new wardrobe when the season’s change, then you’ll enjoy this read.
Here are a few of our favourite AW looks from celeb’s and the staple looks you need in your wardrobe this season.
The Statement White Shirt
As it gets chillier outside, layers are a girl’s best friend. As is the ever versatile, white shirt. Alicia Vikander keeps it chilled and simple with white trainers, a statement bag and a structured white shirt over black leggings with split ankle detailing. The key to this look is versatility, sunglasses and a bold coloured contrast jumper take styling to another level. And the perfect length shirt with just the right amount of draping keeps the fit flirty and flattering.
The Statement Tailored Suit
Olivia Palmero was suited to Autumnal perfection at the Hugo Boss show at Milan Fashion Week. Pairing layers of neutral beige tones over soft tailoring, that never go out of fashion. with minimal detailing that keep this look timeless and chic. An oversized blazer with cropped trousers and pleated detailing, over a soft knit jumper paired with a delicate gold necklace and white court shows.
The Statement Boot
Whether you’re sporting a monochrome block heel boot like Hailey Beiber or a knee high cream western, better believe the boot is your statement style accessory this Autumn. Make the transition from white trainer in one easy swap, and bring your wardrobe officially into pumpkin spiced latte season. The length of your boot and how you pair with your favourite denim is the easiest go-to combo that can be dressed up or down to suit any function or occasion. Work or play, the boot is here to stay.
The Statement Sequin Number
Party season is almost upon us, and what Christmas wardrobe would be complete without a sequin dress. Nathalie Emmanuel sparkled in a sequinned Galvan cocktail dress, paired with muted accessories, she lets the dress speak for itself with delicate complimenting shoes. The style of your sequin is key, so get those legs out if the arms and shoulders are covered or show off your décolletage when it’s a maxi or midi. Most importantly, have fun with it.